National renewable energy provider, Pivot Energy, is set to install nine additional rooftop solar systems on Extra Space Storage facilities, adding 946.8 kW of capacity to an expansive renewable energy portfolio that now totals 15 MW.
Extra Space Storage and Pivot Energy have collaborated on developing 150 solar projects since 2018 across 12 states: Alabama, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Michigan, Massachusetts, Missouri, Rhode Island, South Carolina and Tennessee. Each solar system’s production reflects 80 to 100% of the building’s energy.
“Solar has helped Extra Space Storage realize significant cost savings, but more importantly, it’s the right thing to do,” said Steve Potter, project manager at Extra Space Storage. “Working with a certified B-Corp such as Pivot Energy has been crucial to pursuing our own ESG goals. As our partners, Pivot has offered us an incredible level of consistency, as well as the ability to maneuver in a nimble and entrepreneurial fashion while still having the resources to handle a large portfolio of projects.”
Pivot Energy is a turnkey commercial solar provider that helps businesses, municipalities, schools, universities, non-profits and more reduce operating expenses and electricity usage by maximizing state and federal incentives while further greening their operations.
“We deeply value our longstanding partnership with Extra Space Storage,” said Erik Bruner, director of business development at Pivot Energy. “It is a delight to work with a client that’s genuinely enthusiastic about incorporating solar into their business model, and they’ve truly paved the way for their industry. This 15-MW milestone is certainly not the end of the road for Extra Space, and we look forward to helping them achieve even more of their sustainability goals in the future.”
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